If a plaintiff is partially liable for his or her own injuries, what impact would the doctrines of contributory negligence and comparative negligence have on his or her case?

Topic: Simon’s Food Truck (Minnow Nabbing

Read “The Exclusionary Rule in US Criminal Trials.”

Answer the following questions in 50 to 100 words each.

a. What are the elements of negligence? When and how can a plaintiff claim damages if the defendant has breached a duty of care?

b. If a plaintiff is partially liable for his or her own injuries, what impact would the doctrines of contributory negligence and comparative negligence have on his or her case?

c. Explain the doctrine of strict liability with examples.

d. What are the two elements required to be convicted of an intent crime?

e. What is the exclusionary rule, and how does it discourage unreasonable search and seizure?

If a plaintiff is partially liable for his or her own injuries, what impact would the doctrines of contributory negligence and comparative negligence have on his or her case?